TITLE

KENNEDY IN WALLACELAND

PUB. DATE
July 1973
SOURCE
National Review Bulletin;7/27/1973, Vol. 25 Issue 30, pB108
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the reaction of people regarding the appearance of candidate Edward Kennedy in Decatur, Alabama who shares the same platform with George Wallace on July 4 1973. According to sources, Kennedy told the crowd that he and Wallace share the spirit of America. However, liberals, supporters of Wallace, and poll-watchers react on the matter. Meanwhile, the appearance of Kennedy was the kickoff for the 1976 bid that everyone expected.
ACCESSION #
20739053

 

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